The Analog Voltmeter Clock
Published by Sierra Monica P. on December 19, 2014 under Office
Analog voltmeters are those instruments used to measure the electrical potential difference between two points in an electrical circuit, displaying the results by moving a pointer across a scale in proportion to the circuit’s voltage. Looking exactly like an analog voltmeter, the device in the image is actually a fully functional clock, called the Analog Voltmeter Clock.
Designed after an idea of the team at Awkward Engineer Creations, the clock uses dual analog meters to display the time. It’s easy to read – the left dial indicates hours, while the right dial indicates minutes. There’s no LCD screen or other modern technology.
Features include dual analog meters, powder coated sheet metal construction and highly tactile knob selector switches for setting and adjusting the time. The clock measures 6 x 4 x 2 inch and is powered by one AA battery and an ATtiny44 CPU.
If you want to see it on your desk, pre-order it from Kickstarter for $60.